March 23, 2016 Subject:
Bad acting and poor directing make this non-noir film a bad bet. Dialog, screenplya and cinematography also suffer too.
Not quite a * but a whole **
November 3, 2011 Subject:
Film Noir Oddity
A fascinating mid-50s b-noir oddity, written and directed by Wyott Ordung, the man who wrote the early 50s sci-fi b-gems ROBOT MONSTER and TARGET EARTH and directed Roger Corman's MONSTER FROM THE OCEAN FLOOR. Worth watching for the unusual story, interesting visuals, and a pre-Rifleman Chuck Connors.
November 1, 2011 Subject:
I agree with Vic Demise. The story is too illogical and too improbable to be believable.
May 8, 2011 Subject:
April 9, 2011 Subject:
Walk the Dark Street with Chuck Connors
Chuck Connors is an excellent actor. He could have used a better supporting cast. The lead female actress' performance was rather corny and lame.
April 3, 2011 Subject:
Who do you call to get these PLOT holes filled?
While it was at least entertaining, and I really loved seeing the shots of old Hollywood/Los Angeles (trying to recognise the streets and such- tricky, as I was born 9 years after this was made) there are just too many glaringly unlikely things happening here. Turn off your logical mind, then you can enjoy this for what it is.
March 13, 2011 Subject:
Chuck Connors "Over the Top" in 'Walk the Dark Street"
A different and rewarding role for Chuck Connors as he plays an over-the-top psychopath in this movie. Don Ross gives an above average performance as does Regina Gleason. The plot becomes more suspenseful as the movie progresses. Some surprises are in store for the viewer toward the end of the movie.